How to Get More Digipicks in Starfield.
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How to Get More Digipicks in Starfield

In Starfield, you will need to use a Digipick to pick safes and break into locked doors. However, you will quickly find yourself needing more of the rare item after coming face to face with locks that are tough to crack. Here’s how to get them.

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Where do I get more Digipicks in Starfield?

You can get Digipicks in Starfield by finding them scattered around the overworld or by pickpocketing NPCs. The rare utility tool can also be found in locked chests. However, the most consistent way to obtain the Starfield lockpicking item is by purchasing it from specific vendors. The earliest way to farm Digipicks is by visiting the Jemison Mercantile store in New Atlantis.

The shop is located just around the corner from your ship at the New Atlantis spaceport. Just walk through the UC security checkpoint, and you will find Jemison Mercantile straight ahead in the city’s entrance promenade. Digipicks can be purchased for 33 credits apiece after speaking to Amoli Bava at the register. Although she only carries two at a time, you can refresh her stock by waiting 24 hours. To do this, fast-travel back to your ship and sleep in your bed.

While exploring new buildings and locations, use your scanner often, as Digipicks can also be found on the floor or countertops. Although most planets will have a vendor like the Trade Authority that sells the lockpicking tool, Jemison is still your best planet to find the item, as it’s available at the start of the game and has a shop that can be refreshed close to your ship. It’s easy to go through your Digipicks after finding an Expert or Master lock, so fast traveling back to New Atlantis is a quick way to stock back up.

Starfield is available now for the Xbox Series X and PC.


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